Faversham Town boss Ray Turner thinks club might have reached their limit with push for play-off place in Ryman League
Ray Turner believes his Faversham Town team are punching
above their weight in the Ryman League, Division 1 South promotion
race and fears the club could have reached a ‘glass
The Lilywhites lost 1-0 at home to Folkestone
Invicta on Saturday after four wins and 13 points from their
previous five games, but remain just a point outside the
play-offs ahead of Saturday’s trip to lower-half Horsham.
Turner (pictured) said: "Dulwich, Maidstone and Leatherhead will
pretty much stay in the top-three now and Hythe are investing
plenty to get up there too but we’re just not in a position to do
Turner added: "It is not a level playing field and everyone
"We are pretty much at our limit at the moment. It feels like
this could be our peak. All we can do is to try and maintain
"The top sides can bring in pretty much anyone they want but
while we’ve had two big derby games recently and had a combined
attendance of 416, Hythe played two home games and had more than
"Now we are one point behind them, with a game in hand. If you
compare the resources, then we are doing pretty well.
"I don’t know what we can do, I’m not even sure there is
anything. We are a small town club. I’m not sure we can squeeze
much more out of it."
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